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10-02-2008 @ 8:58PM
"TotalBiscuit you need to work on wow radio shows. Most of them I can't even listen to the whole show. No one stays on topic; they are unorganized and are very elitist. Drop-ins are great but a well organized show is better. "Sorry man, but that's objectively and factually wrong. We impose quality standards on all of our shows and our hosts are trained against that sort of thing. The only show I see that needs particular attention is the Happy Hour Tavern, everyone else stays on topic. There are no 'elitist' hosts, there are merely knowledgeable hosts, and our podcasts are not generally aimed at the lowest common denominator. They are not all 'easy listening', and many deal with concepts above the level of understanding and interest of the average WoW players. That's just how we roll, if you want lowest common denominator well, there are plenty of podcasts that do thatConstructive criticism is lovely and all, but it has to actually be true to mean anything. If what you just said was really all that common I'm sure you'd have been able to provide at least one example considering we air around 18 hours of new material every single week.
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